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''Life with Elizabeth'' - Misc episode No. 6


Published 1953


Life with Elizabeth was a sitcom which aired from 1953 to 1955. The show starred Betty White and Del Moore; Jack Narz was the on-camera announcer and narrator.

PREMISE:
Elizabeth and Alvin are a married couple who live an ordinary suburban life, but inevitably managed to get into predicaments. At the end of most predicaments, Alvin, in variable degrees of frustration, would say, "I shall leave you now, Elizabeth" and would walk out of sight. The announcer would say, "Elizabeth, aren't you ashamed?" She would slowly nod, but then, with a slightly devilish grin, would vigorously shake her head to indicate she wasn't.


Run time 25:37
Production Company Guild Films
Audio/Visual Sound, Black and White

Reviews

Reviewer: bluepastry - - March 25, 2012
Subject: what will tv be like without betty white?
she has been on tv since the beginning....every decade, 50's,60's,70's,80's, 90's 2000, 2010, 2012

as long as there has been network tv there has been betty white...she was around when lucy show started, superman, burns and allen, marcus welby, twilight zone, happy days, fugitive, seinfeld, friends, HOt in Cleveland.....on and on
Reviewer: The Bridge - - November 23, 2010
Subject: Never get enough of this show
I agree with the "premise" as stated. Betty White and Del Moore were their own pair on television, George and Gracie were their own pair on television. I would call Betty White, in this show, the " I dood it," little Woman. If anyone has heard or seen Red Skelton, then they may know what I am refering to. While on the air, I enjoyed every episode that was shown, and so did the other members of my family. We were very lucky and had a twelve or thirteen inch screen on our Emerson television set, which would roll up at the strangest times, but a slight tweek of the Vertical Control would correct it. It did it once during a wrestling match - we got a new TV:)
Reviewer: Seto-Kaiba_Is_Stupid - - January 23, 2009
Subject: Average (I Uploaded This)
Pretty average episodes of "Life with Elizabeth", not bad though.